Young Producers Project Students in Lewisham schools are enjoying a Young Producers Project with Charanga’s VIP Studio Sessions. Our very own Max Wheeler visited Conisborough College and Bonus Pastor School in September and will return this … read the rest of Lewisham students and teachers take VIP’s Young Producers Project to the next level.
During the pandemic, a group of young singers, rappers and musicians came together to perform a track from Grown: A Grime Opera – a fantastic accomplishment given the circumstances. Grown: A Grime Opera was written by Charanga … read the rest of ‘Here and Now’ (Grown: A Grime Opera) brings together Leicestershire musicians.
If you’re staging or recording a Charanga/Starshine Music production this academic year, your Public Performance Licence fee will remain fixed at £20. As well as enabling schools to hold as many performances of a production as … read the rest of Starshine Music freezes production licence fees for 2nd year.
We were absolutely delighted to collect a prestigious Bett Award on 22nd July. Despite stiff competition, Charanga Musical School was named winner of the Primary Content category. As well as citing our ‘clear understanding of SEND … read the rest of Musical School wins Bett Award for best Primary Content.
Many teachers in England have asked us about the DfE’s non-statutory Model Music Curriculum, and whether we’ll be doing anything differently following its release. Yes is the short answer, and here’s an overview of what we’re … read the rest of Charanga’s Model Music Curriculum Scheme – one of 3 for the new term.
Charanga’s VIP Studio Sessions has enabled UK secondary and international school students to make music for over seven years. This past winter was the busiest on record, and to celebrate the great music that was recorded … read the rest of New playlist celebrates the music of VIP students.
Arts Award/Charanga partnership supports young people who want to deepen their engagement with the arts
Earlier this year we announced an exciting new UK partnership with Trinity College London supporting young people who want to deepen their engagement with the arts and achieve a national qualification with Arts Award. Arts Award … read the rest of Arts Award/Charanga partnership supports young people who want to deepen their engagement with the arts.
Following the success of last year’s event, the Virtual Big Sing 2021 (#VBS2021) promises to be bigger and better, with artists from across the globe encouraging everyone to sing loud and proud! This year’s concert – … read the rest of Join us at the Virtual Big Sing 2021!.
Make Music Day (MMD), the annual celebration of music now running in 125 countries and over 1,000 cities, takes place on 21st June. As always, there are various ways that teachers, schools, young people, parents and … read the rest of Make Music Day 2021 – Perform at the world’s largest music festival.
The publication of the Model Music Curriculum (MMC) guidance is a positive step in raising the profile of music education in this country. But some of the media coverage around its release has been confusing. We’d … read the rest of DfE publishes curriculum guidance for schools – Charanga has you covered!.